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Example Data Files

For this tutorial there are two options to obtain the example files. You can either use example files compiled using open access data from multiple repositories or use open access data from Kids First, a Common Fund program.

General Example Files

Download the compressed data and extract to view the files.

curl -L https://osf.io/erj8n/download -o MIME_example_files.tar.gz
tar -zxvf MIME_example_files.tar.gz
The directory structure of the resulting example_files_MIME:

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├── 6285633006_R03C01_Red.idat
├── ERR458493.fastq
├── HCM-BROD-0028-C71.json
├── MANIFEST.txt
├── TARGET_NBL_ClinicalData_Discovery_20200507.xlsx
├── TCGA.UCS.varscan.a35f9f72-e4da-4d93-ad40-11cbd417b037.DR-10.0.somatic.maf
├── annotations.txt
├── coatColor.pheno
├── commit-detached.svg
├── nationwidechildrens.org_clinical.TCGA-AA-A00L.xml
├── pruned_coatColor_maf_geno.vcf
├── wa.BG02.rep-1.J7.hg19.pks.bed
├── wgEncodeUwRepliSeqBg02esG1bAlnRep1.bam
├── wgEncodeUwRepliSeqBg02esS3AlnRep1.bam.bai
└── wgEncodeUwRepliSeqBg02esS3PctSignalRep1.bigWig

Kids First Files

For this tutorial, you can also use open access files from the Kids First Data Portal (KF Data Portal).

KF Data Portal Login

Downloading the files requires an account on the KF data portal. You can choose one of three available options (Google, ORCID, Facebook) to setup an account, although we recommend using ORCID if you have one. For more details can be found on the Registration tutorial for Kids First.

Download the KF_File_ID.csv. Login to Kids First Data Portal, select File Repository and File Filters. Scroll all the way down to Search by File ID field and click on upload your list of ids.

Search by File ID

One can either copy paste the File IDs in the box or upload the KF_File_ID.csv. To obtain a local copy, select View Results and for each individual file click on download button under the Actions column.

File ID upload

The directory structure of KF_data with all the files should include:

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├── 254ca234-b7f2-4305-ab93-d7e15f4a530d.rsem.isoforms.results
├── 32503692.gpr
├── 801039e0-8675-452f-86bf-474297f17cbf.mutect2_somatic.vep.maf
├── 80c5a306-15a0-4241-bedb-cf153a1fb866.rsem.isoforms.results
├── 86d75258-8a3a-4f6c-b108-fd26d1bcabf4.arriba.fusions.pdf
├── 9969477031_R02C01_Red.idat
├── ad45e585-d356-4d8b-97cd-4e050418754c.mutect2_somatic.vep.maf
├── ba6f060d-582b-46c1-833a-9c0d6e68ccc5.STAR.fusion_predictions.abridged.coding_effect.tsv
├── c133da79-1f7c-41e1-a081-e3aa0d39e764.rsem.isoforms.results
├── dfe951a5-0b00-42e3-81f2-99aaaf54b898.CNVs.p.value.txt
├── e7adf495-d7da-4b85-8f27-e1f7ecbe45a3.png
├── ee49988d-8ab8-4902-9e4e-dfc2face240d.somaticSV.vcf
├── f06987bc-aca3-4f7e-8e77-6e2cf9ce28a0.STAR.fusion_predictions.abridged.coding_effect.tsv
└── f6bc4b78-280b-420a-8af4-1a6d85304e37.png    

Last update: December 8, 2020